Linux on Windows flaw in Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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Microsoft's hurried Linux embrace could end up endangering Windows 10
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Microsoft's hurried Linux embrace could end up endangering Windows 10

Security flaw just one of many to 'bug' users of Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary Update

A new security flaw for users of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update has been found by security researchers. It follows Microsoft's decision to include a Linux subsystem in the recent Windows 10 Anniversary...

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